Visual and audible CPR feedback
Proprietary CPR Rate Advisor technology detects the rate of CPR being applied via the defibrillator electrodes, without the need of accelerometers or pucks that are commonly required in other AED solutions.
Readiness made easy
HeartSine connected AEDs use the power of Wi-Fi to provide remote readiness information and complete weekly self-tests for every AED in your fleet—reducing the expense and effort needed to manage your AED program.
LIFELINKcentral AED program manager monitors each HeartSine AED connected to a Wi-Fi network and alerts you to matters that may affect device readiness—all automatically.
The Pediatric-Pak ensures the Guidelines-recommended energy level is delivered for children between one and eight years of age or up to 55 pounds.
Low cost of ownership
HeartSine defibrillators come with the practical Pad-Pak—an integrated battery and electrode single-use cartridge with one expiration date, which simplifies AED maintenance.
With a shelf life of four years from date of manufacture, the Pad-Pak may offer savings as it eliminates the need for separate battery and electrode replacements.
With the Pad-Pak inserted:
Height: 8 inches
Width: 7.25 inches
Depth: 1.9 inches
The AED weighs 2.14 pounds with the Pad-Pak inserted.
The waveform is the Self-Compensating Output Pulse Envelope (SCOPE) optimized biphasic escalating waveform compensates energy, slope and duration for patient impedance.
For the Pad-Pak (for adult use):
Shock 1: 150J
Shock 2: 150J
Shock 3: 200J
For the Pediatric-Pak (for use on children 1-8 years old):
Shock 1: 50J
Shock 2: 50J
Shock 3: 50J
Charge time (typical):
150J in < 8 seconds
200J in < 12 seconds
The AED is backed by an eight-year limited warranty.
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1. Mosesso Jr VN, et al. 2002. Proceedings of the National Center for Early Defibrillation Police AED Issues Forum. Prehospital Emergency Care. 6(3):273–82
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